Wealth Wednesdays16 Articles
Tue, Sep 13, 2022
Retiring Early? How Can You Bridge the Income Gap
Retiring early is a dream for many. For others, it may be a necessity or an unexpected development. Regardless of how you got here, if you’re a young retiree, you may need to bridge the gap between a steady income and access to your retirement savings. Here are a few ways how.
Tue, Sep 6, 2022
3 Wealth Planning Tips for the Self-Employed
We could talk for days about the perks of being your own boss. But have you considered how a self-employed lifestyle could impact your long-term financial plan? Don’t overlook these three key areas if you’re working for yourself.
Tue, Aug 9, 2022
Confused on How to Save for Retirement?
Saving for retirement is more confusing than it should be. Many people have questions like: Should you wait until you’re established in your career to start? Or, should you max out your 401(k) or start a Roth IRA? Here’s a simple guide to get you started.
Tue, Aug 2, 2022
Finding Retirement Income in a Down Market
Most retirees have some combination of six sources of income to draw upon in retirement. But when the stock market is down significantly, taking income from some sources may hurt your wealth in the long run. Instead we suggest pulling income in this order…
Tue, Jul 19, 2022
A Choice Way to Build Your Retirement Income
When it comes to funding your retirement, building your income streams is only part of the equation. You also need to figure out the order in which you’ll use them.
Tue, Jul 5, 2022
Wealth Planning After the Loss of a Spouse
Losing a spouse can be devastating. And probably the last thing you want to think about while grieving is your finances. Unfortunately, some decisions about your wealth need to be made within a certain time period. So hopefully these four steps will help ease the burden during this difficult time.
6 Sources of Retirement Income
Many retirement planning guides focus on finances, but we believe a satisfying retirement goes beyond how much money you have saved. It’s also about how you intend to use your savings.